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: courting their vote" sunday 8:00 pm eastern and airs again at 11:00 pm eastern. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. have a great weekend. hello, carol. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. breaking news on the economy. new jobless numbers are in. guess what? the unemployment rate is now below 8%. so let's had head straight back to new york. christine romans is there to break these numbers down for us. good morning, christine. >> good morning, carol. 7.8% is the unemployment rate now, fell from 8.1%. and 114,000 jobs were created in the month. carol, there's another number here, 86,000. that's how many jobs were add in july and august that government auditor didn't notice in the beginning. they revised their numbers. actually, july, august were stronger than expected to the tune of 86,000. 7.8% unemployment rate. what does that mean? the best since january 2009. when we dig within these numbers, carol, we can also see that some 418,000 people entered the workforce in the month. they are feeling a little more confident about things. either that or they've been out o
" with carol costello. good morning. >> i appreciate that. thank you, soledad. >>> those new e-mails and new questions of the murder of those americans in libya. suggesting the white house knew way more than what it was saying at the time. another republican candidate has to dial back comments on rape and abortion. it's a big race. and even mitt romney is forced to weigh in on this one. >>> bias accusation. did a major bank take better care of foreclosed homes in white neighborhoods than in black and latino neighborhoods? and is it happening where you live? >>> tigers versus giants. it's happening tonight. we'll talk to two of their former pitching greats. jack morris, i love him. >>> tropical storm watches up for the southeast coast of florida and maybe impacts across the entire east coast. forecast coming up. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. we begin with new revelations that could cast a large shadow on the presidential race 13 days before the election. they involve the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya
the economy. >> i agree. "cnn newsroom" starts right now with carol costello. >>> stories in the "newsroom," deadly hurricane sandy on track to mix with a huge winter storm. where and when could it hit? >>> breaking news on the health of our economy. new measure of what our economy produces. we're live to tell you what that means. >>> todd akin and richard mourdock better watch out. tina fey is coming after them. why the comedian says their rape comments will make her lose her mind. >>> not fast enough to beat the throw home. ooh, world series nail biter. newsroom starts right now. >>> we have to start with news on our economy. breaking news. the country's gross domestic product picking up steam, growing by 2% in the the last quarter. that is better than most economists had had predicted. the gdp is our broadest measure of economic health, helping to move that number forward, a boost to consumer spending, housing market in recovery and increased defense spending. we'll have much more on this in about 15 minutes. >>> let's talk weather now. a massive and deadly hurricane sandy could slam in
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hands. tomorrow on the big show waiting all of my life to say this, carol burnett. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> wow. >> stephanie: and also jason alexander. and i'll probably do the same thing with him. >> he has been in the studio with us. >> stephanie: i know, right. >> so nothing to be nervous about there. >> stephanie: i still am. people get this around jim ward you know because he has his -- his -- everybody's knew favorite, reince preibus! >> stephanie: yes. he is as whiny as jim portrays him. >> [ whining ] it sounds like someone just sat on his balls or something. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: maybe he sat naked in wicker. >> that would be. and stood up too quickly. >> stephanie: exactly. and is carrying the chair with him. [ whining. ] >> ow i hate wicker. >> stephanie: carol steph every time i hear jim ward say reince prebus it makes me think about that little boy that sat next to me and nicked his nose. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: oh, that is gross. >> i remember school lunches. >> stephanie: it is a campaign entirely of weasels and liars, isn't it? ♪ ♪ i
of the issues are likely to repaint same you can the economy, taxes, health care and deficit. carol simpson moderated that debate in 1992. currently teaches journalism at emerson college and joins me from boston. nice to see you this morning. >> i have enjoyed the walk down memory lane. >> that was something else. i remember the first-ever town hool hamm and i know the clinton folks that really pushed this the commission on presidential debates grabbed onit. just walk me through where the campaigns are today. some people were highly skeptical at the time before it happened. what were your concerns going into that debate? >> well, when i was called and told that i would within moderator of this debate, i only had five days to prepare, they found out in august, i had five days to prepare. one of my biggest concerns is i had no tapes to look at to find out how you do this. there was no precedent. so, i was going to have to do this on my own. one of the things that from time to timed met most was undecided voters in richmond, virginia, might be afraid to ask their questions. they might freeze i
. biden. i came here to hear dr. biden. i will turn it over to carol. >> i am glad. one reason i am supporting president obama is that i have the feeling he is grounded in the real world and as i said in researching dr. biden, i found out that she has children and we have a lot in common. got married in the 1970's, had children in the 1980's. we both have been educators. i started teaching in minneapolis in 1970 and taught mostly in the inner city. in 2004 i retired. she began as a high school english teacher and in her time she taught as a psychiatric hospital for adolescents which had to be a challenging assignment. later she moved on to teach at community colleges and still works as a professor at a community college. i found a blog entry from 2008. apparently she sat in on a conference call and one of the participants said i can't remember when i have interviewed a public figure who sounded so much like the people i work with every day, and of course that's probably because i am a teacher. some of that made me feel that she kind of knows what it's like to be in a classroom with
. taxes, bain, because i think it is all relevant. carol in pennsylvania. you're on the "the stephanie miller show." hi carol. >> caller: hi, steph. >> stephanie: hi, go ahead. >> caller: i have some interesting information. my daughter who is the good eveningiest political -- the geekiest political geek in the world. that apple didn't fall far from the tree. she was bemoaning the fact that the president didn't do well in the debate. and my son-in-law who hadn't been home at the time said you know, what's going on? you know, who is saying what? and she said well, you know, he was too respectful. he was trying to be presidential. he said laughingly and al gore even said it was because it was in denver. and he looked at her and he said he's exactly right. he goes to denver three or four times a year on business trips. that's why they never schedule our business trips the day we come in. we always have to come in the day before. >> acclimate. >> stephanie: a lot of people have said that. romney was able
the final confrontation. observations from veteran journalist carol simpson who knows a thing or two about presidential debates coming up in our next hour. ♪ [ male announcer ] jill and her mouth have lived a great life. but she has some dental issues she's not happy about. so i introduced jill to crest pro-health for life. selected for people over 50. pro-health for life is a toothpaste that defends against tender, inflamed gums, sensitivity and weak enamel. conditions people over 50 experience. crest pro-health for life. so jill can keep living the good life. crest. life opens up when you do. >>> good day to all of you. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." it is 1:00 here in the east, 10:00 a.m. out west. we are 17 days from the election. republican vice-president nominee paul ryan is campaigning in the battle ground state of ohio at this hour. in fact we're expecting him to address the crowd. that's a live shot right there i believe he's doing it. this isabelle month. it will be happening there. actually that's taped. that was earlier. he rallied some voters in pennsylvania. here's p
been my only sex partner and that was after marriage. >> jason carol was inside the courtroom for the sentencing today. just listening to that audio, he is still claiming he's not a monster, he is the victim in all of this. but you heard them, victims had their say in court today. what did you see and hear in there? >> well it wasn't just the victims who had their say in court today, also judge cleland as well. since you just played the radio address, let me first give you what judge cleland had to say about that. he made it clear that he actually heard that radio statement that jerry sandusky had released. part of that statement sandusky felt as though it was some sort of conspiracy between the media and the courts and the victims. that's why he was tried for this original case. before sentencing, the judge said like all conspiracy theories, mr. sandusky, it flows from the undeniable to the unbelievable. and that's basically how the victims felt about this as well, brooke. and there were a number of victims who spoke today, three in all, victim number five, i'll start with hi
action tomorrow. but college basketball was a hot ticket last night. >> carol maloney takes you to midnight madness in this morning's sports minute. >>> good saturday morning everyone. well, by now you know what's going on with the local baseball teams. we'll go back to college for this sports in a minute starting with college football. maybe on a friday matchup at central michigan and the mids invert the chippewas 31-13. later today a border battle between maryland and virginia from charlottesville at 3:00 p.m. and virginia tech might have its hand full with the 5-1 duke blue devils. plus, howard takes on north carolina ant t kickoff at 1:30. now for college hoops let the madness begin. midnight madness maryland style. the terpins are ready to bring it. new uniforms to go along with new players like charles mitchell. freshman forward with some ups and nick fousaust is back looki good. coach turgeon has a lot to be excited about. high expectations for his team. while at georgetown everybody is ready to dance. oh, yeah. john thompson iii kicking it old school with the hoyas. a se
i'm carol costello. we continue now with ashleigh banfield. >> thanks very much, carol. i'm ashleigh banfield in new york. it's 11:00 on the east coast and 8:00 a.m. on the west coast. 13 days until the election. 13 days to get your base energized. get your supporters to the polls. and talk to as many undecideds as possible. and really, we're only talking about a handful of states here. you want to stay on point. no distractions, no blunders. so you can imagine what it was like for mitt romney to wake up today and hear about this. republican tea party-backed candidate richard mourdock running for the u.s. senate in a close race in indiana told a at any time audience that children conceived in rape are still god's gift, and part of god's will. >> i believe that life begins at conception. the only exception i have for -- to have an abortion is in that case of the life of the mother. i just -- i struggled with it myself for a long time, but i cape to realize, life is that gift from god. and i think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something
for them to call and how to stay updated in case things get out of hand. we're live in oakland, carol lou, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a california highway patrol officer reportedly shot and killed a suspect up in lake county this arn. according to lake county news, a female chp officer pulled over a suspect in a stolen vehicle on highway 29. the two reportedly got into a physical fight ending with the officer shooting the unidentified suspect. >>> a worker at the port of oakland was killed today after being crushed to death while inspecting a crane. it happened about 9:30 this morning at berth 37. that's operated by evergreen marine. cal osha official tells ktvu the worker was in his mid 50s and suffered a crushed chest and head injury. the worker died at the hospital. he has not been identified. berth 37 is one of 7 terminals at the port. it was shut down for the day. the rest of the port stayed open. cal osha and oakland police are investigating. >>> the san mateo sheriff is asking for help in identifying a girl whose body washed ashore. they say they can't figure out who she is or how sh
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not screened beforehand and moderator carol simpson walked through the crowd and had no idea what each person would ask tonight. >> governor clinton. >> i think i remember the question. and, let me say first of all, i want to answer your specific question but first of all we all agree there should be a growing economy. what you have to decide is who has got the best economic plan. bill: shades of yesterday. martha: boy, oh, boy. bill: like oprah style. martha: how about that hair? bill: how about it? that debate helped propel clinton to the white house and the town hall format has been used ever since. ross perot took 19% of the national vote. remember fox news is america's election headquarters. tune in later tonight, 8:55 p.m. eastern prime time. bret and megyn lead our coverage tonight. martha: looking forward to that tonight. thousands of voters in georgia lining up in the hours of this week, early hours to cast their election ballots because they're starting early voting there. despite the fact there are two more presidential debates go, these voters say they're done, their minds are mad
debate. >> tell mitt romney how the military works. >> stephanie: carol in pennsylvania. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hey, carol. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: this election should be a no-brainer. that's not why i called. in pennsylvania, they're going to tell you -- ask you for your i.d. you do not have to give it! >> yeah. >> caller: they made us election workers -- in my ward -- ask people for their i.d. and they have the right to refuse. it is not so important in western pennsylvania. but philadelphia, pittsburgh, people don't give it to them. you don't have to. >> stephanie: that's a good point. people should check whatever state you're in, make sure you have whatever it is and you're armed with information like carol. >> you can find links to your particular state at barackobama.com. >> stephanie: i like that lady from florida -- i would like to see them try to suppress my vote. >> there was a newspaper owned by richard mellon scathe that reported do
's go to alexandria, virginia, right now, not far from washington, d.c., along the potomac river. carol costello is riding out the storm there. what's it like, carol? >> reporter: well, wolf, it's interesting because it doesn't feel like a hurricane. but it sure acts like one. it doesn't feel like a hurricane because it's so darn cold. the cold just goes right through you because it's so damp and wet out here. but every so often, it certainly acts like a hurricane. the rain will come down harder and there will be terrific wind gusts. wind gusts clocked at about 65 miles per hour at reagan national airport right now. we have sustained winds anywhere between 20 and 30 miles per hour. i'm standing here in old town alexandria, a place you well know, wolf. standing right along the banks of the potomac river. the big worry is there will be a big storm surge out in the atlantic. since this is in a tidal basin, that will push the waters of the potomac up and maybe out of their banks. frankly the people here in old town are used to that. as you can see, there are dozens and dozens of businesses
understand. thank you. i want to ask carol goldberg to stand up. >> the outsourcing of american jobs overseas has taken a toll on our economy. what plans do you have to put back and keep jobs here in united states? >> great question. you're absolutely right. the place we have seen manufacturing go is china. a lot of good people have lost jobs. half a million manufacturing jobs have been lost in the last four years. one of the reasons for that is people think it is more attractive to go offshore than to stay here. we have made it less attractive for enterprises to stay here than to go offshore. what i will do as president is to make sure it is more attractive to come to america again. this is the way we will create jobs in this country. it is not by trickle-down government. trickle-down government has never worked, never worked anywhere. i want to make america the most attractive place in the world for small business, for big business, to invest and grow in america. we're gong to have to make sure that as we trade with other nations, that they play by the rules. china has not. one of the ways
in the presidential election here. just on friday, i spoke with carol hunter. she is the senior news director of the paper. she very much so agreed with me. iowa up for grabs. >> it's pretty much like ohio in that it's very much a toss-up state. all the polls are showing it pretty much dead even. there's a rasmussen report out that has them both at 48%. the rolling averages are all within the margin of error. it's just going to be close, close, close, right down to the wire. and how precious those six electoral votes are just shows how close the entire national campaign is. >> mitt romney spent saturday focusing on florida. he had three, count 'em, three separate events there just yesterday. today romney is in ohio with vice presidential candidate paul ryan. and in florida, romney kept hammering home his message of a failed passed four years. >> he's asked what he's going do to get this economy going. we've had four debates, three presidential, one vice presidential. have you heard him lay out a plan yet as to what he's going to do to get this economy going? >> no! >> he wants four more years
? >> toe truth to tell mike carol says it's the kind of case a supreme court might prefer politicians to resolve because the law is so murky. >> it would be best if congress really weighed many. the court is faced with a really difficult job here because the text of the statute really seems to be hard to reconcile. >> if any of this sounds familiar for you, it may be because the court recently tackled a similar case, but the opinion ended up a tie vote with justice kagin recusing herself due to the role she played mr. it when she was solicitor general. this time, though, she is expected to participate. brook. >> joe, thank you. joe johns for us in washington. >>> coming up here, candy crowley, host of cnn's "state of the union." we'll talk to ler about hurricane sandy and how it's affecting the presidential race ask how that may play out. also, about some recent key newspaper endorsements and whether they really even matter. that's next. e. [ male announcer ] dayquil doesn't treat that. huh? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus rushes relief to all your worst cold symptoms, plus it re
to be that anymore. >> the cast here is extraordinary, carol cain, billy crystal, it seems like all-star cast, all-star everything from the beginning. >> i with his a huge fan of all these characters. i knew bill goldman from his work, "all the president's men" and rob rei nechlt r from "spine tap" and carol. and peter faulk from "colombo." i thought how am i going to fit into this group? i hope i don't screw it up. rob was such a wonderful director, so sweechlt being an actor himself, he gets it. he kept a very light set and we had a blast. >> there are folks who work with us this morning who probably were babies when -- they're new fans. seriously. this film is attracting new audiences all the time. i fondly remember the '80s. i don't know about you. but attracting new audiences, that's what makes it, i guess, classy. >> 34-year-old women like my wife, that's who has to be wosh walking up to you, that's who loved this film. not that men like john didn't love it as well. >> cary elwes, thank you so much. >> if fans want to help mercy core, they can go on www.mer www.mercycorps.org. and you can ge
. it has been a 20 years since a wom moderate ad presidential debate? she was moderating carol simpson in 1992 moderated the town hall debate. carol simpson was i was lady with a mic. that is what i was there to do. kind of worst example of tokenism and doesn't give an example. by the way the whole reason candy crowley one of the reasons she was selected a group of high school girls in new jersey protested there hadn't been any presidential debate moderators in 20 years. megyn: they had to include women in some role. it will take an actual woman getting on the ticket for them to change this, perhaps. >> one on stage at least. megyn: one other question, should she go rogue? she did not agree to the rules. she will be the moderate tore, if you go too rogue and try to pin down a candidate to make him answer the question, maybe you don't get invited back. >> if they continue on the road they get on we'll not get another woman moderating a debate for 20 years anyway. how much trouble can candy crowley cost. she has a duty for women and role models and young girls out there not to be allowed
she asks to use the front restroom. >> stephanie: what? i don't care if it's raining. >> carol in texas, you're on "the stephanie miller show." welcome, carol. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i enjoy your show so much. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i just discovered it in the last two months. couple of things. on the women's issue for pay for equal pay i think romney just made a freudian slip. that's my call on it. i can hear him now saying oh, god! my women's cheap wage folder. we have to be conservative. he didn't answer the wage at all. >> stephanie: no he didn't. in my mind, he had a freudian slip there. very clear. >> stephanie: the binders full of women. binders of full of women. >> stephanie: carlos in california. you're on "the stephanie miller show." welcome, carlos. >> caller: good morning, stephanie. good morning guys. i don't know if you guys see it, every time romney speaks, i think of gorden gecko from wall street. especially the greet is good speech when he gets to the board. that's a
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skin. >> for me it's to hide the dark circles under my eyes. >> stephanie: exactly. carol in texas you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi carol. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i want to comment on this comment from richard mourdock on rape. it is kind of like talibanish. and they better be careful, the drones are going to come get them. >> stephanie: that's right. mittens on the campaign trail yesterday. romney on the campaign trail yesterday. >> romney: he doesn't understand what it takes to get this economy going, he doesn't have a plan for jobs for americans. i do, and that's why i'm going to win! >> in china. >> stephanie: jim who said we recommending president obama's reelection. ohio in particular has benefited from his bold decision to revive the auto industry. he ended the war in iraq, refocused the battle to disturb al-qaeda. who said that? [ inaudible ] >> jerry mathers. >> stephanie: no the plane dealer editorial board, ohio's biggest paper has endorsed president obama. who said obama's leadership made a difference when it mattered most? and initiated investm
violence. >> thank you so much. i want to ask carole goldberg to stand up. and this question is for governor romney. >> the outsourcing of american jobs overseas has taken a toll on our economy. what plans do you have to put back and keep jobs here in the united states? >> great question. an important question. because you're absolutely right. the place we've seen manufacturing go is china it's now number one. it used to be the united states. a half a million manufacturing jobs have been lost total over the last four years. one of the reasons for that is people think it's more attractive in some cases to go offshore than to stay here. we have made it less attractive for enterprises to stay here than go offshore from time to time. what i had do as president is make sure it's more attractive to come to america again. this is the way we're going to create jobs in this country. not by trickle down government. we are going to hire more government workers, raise more taxes, put in place more regulations. trickle down government has never worked here,er in worked anywhere. i want to
. thank you so much. i want to ask carol goldberg to stand up because she gets to a question that both these men have been passionate about, for governor romney. >> the outsourcing of american jobs overseas has taken a toll on our economy. what plans do you have to put back and keep jobs here in the united states. >> boy, great question, and important question, because you're absolutely right, the place where we've seen manufacturing go has been china. china is now the largest manufacturer in the world. used to be the united states of america. a lot of good people have lost jobs. a half of million manufacturing jobs have been lost in the last four years. that's total over the last four years. one of the reasons for that is that people think it's more attractive in some cases to go than to stay here. we have made it less attractive for enterprises to stay here than to go offshore from time to time. what i will do as president is make sure it's more attractive to come to america again. this is the way we're going to create jobs in this country. it's not by trickle down government saying
time. >> back to los angeles. he carol, a democratic caller. >> good evening. glad to be on the line. i am a democrat, however, i have been unhappy with obama in the last four years, especially the last year or so with his, the way his ideas towards israel who is been a big ally to the united states. then when the situation in benghazi occurred, i felt so bad when the men passed away there. it was utter terror. i felt the white house was not telling the american people the truth from the beginning. and the way they handled it, i am disgusted. i think there comes a time when you have to vote for the right person who you think is going to be able to do the job. i am going to vote for mitt romney. host: on twitter, a comment -- we will see you again the whole debate coming up around 2:00 a.m. eastern time. about 11:00 on the west coast. here's a comment on the facebook page -- next to the augusta, georgia. nathan, a republican. what did you think of the debate? caller: i am voting for mitt romney however, i have some critiques but how he phrased things in the debate. i think he needs to ma
. but this year iowa and its six electoral votes very much up for grabs. let's talk to carol hunter. she's the senior news director with "the des moines register." as we mentioned, your state pretty good at picking presidents. huge for obama four years ago. tell me why this state is so important in this presidential race. >> well, it's pretty much like ohio in that it's very much a toss-up state. all the polls are showing it pretty much dead even. there's a rassmussen report that has them both within 48%. it's just going to be close, close right down to the wire. and how precious those six electoral votes are shows how close the entire nation campaign is. >> can we take about the front page of your paper? this is from yesterday. i want the viewers to look at it first here. obama on the left, romney on the right. i understand it's created quite the flap. people are complaining that obama looks more presidential and he looks like he's skouling. what does that say to you? what has this race come to? >> once again, it's all about how intense people are feeling here in iowa. we were covering
are talking about the battleground states of iowa. carolas on the -- carol is on the democratic line. caller: i want to ask the gentleman what was his response when the man came out talking about the rape issue and our people in iowa taking that in, whether they even big about the fact that their daughters could be put in harm's way with somebody making a broad statement like that? guest: well, i think voters in the state take those kind of issues very seriously. i think that any comment about that will have an effect on the campaign. this is a state where something like 80% of iowa residents are regular turn to attendees. about 80% of the state is injured somewhere or other on sunday mornings. so these type of issues tend to resonate with them. they have different views about them, but they care about them. so those issues have a lot of impact in iowa. i think that iowa voters tend to react on a gut level to those type of issues, but they do react. host: let's hear from marked in des moines on our independent line. -- from marc. caller: i've been watching the election closely and i would li
members of a historic tall ship off of north carol line's outer banks to abandon ship. they are now adrift in life boats in 18 foot seas. the coast guard has so far plucked 14 of those crewmembers of the hms bounty, is the sthip that we're talking about. it is off cape hatteras, about 160 miles from the eye of the storm. winds of 40 miles an hour reported out there. the ship was used in the 1960 film, ""mutiny on the bounty"". some wondering what it was doing out there anyway. more details as it comes in. bill: book here live in cincinnati, ohio. you look at this part of the country and you think about the vote in past presidential races and how critical and important the vote has been in this part of the country. it is truly stunning when you look at the history. back out here live in cincinnati with the city behind us. living in new york, martha, we rarely see a political ad but the people in ohio, it is an absolute blizzard of tv spots, both day and night. one gentleman called me it is hate it. v. the ads are so negative i worn out the mute button on my own television. it is razor tight
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